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Eureka! s Timberline SQ Outfitter

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Remove the fly. Un-clip the tent from the poles. Pull poles out of the grommets, collapse the poles and stow in the bag. Fold the tent and fly. Lay the fly on the folded tent along with the bag of poles. Roll up all and stow in the carry bag. Optional: Add durability and versatility to your tent with our “Lite-Set” Footprint. It’s made of the same fabric as the tent's floor: complete with web loops, grommets, and side release buckles. The Footprint, in combination with the fly and poles creates

Eureka! s Timberline Outfitter

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Remove the fly and open the tent door. Do not stake down the tent just yet; But in windy conditions, stake down one front corner into wind. NOTE: Do not drop tent bag or pole bag on its end. Do not bounce tent bag on its end to get tent out. These actions may cut the shock cord and/or damage the pole ends. • Assemble all the shock-corded poles. Make sure each pole section has firmly seated into the adjacent section. Try to keep the poles from snapping together as this can damage the rod ends. Th

Eureka! s Tetragon 1610

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CLEANING: • Clean the tent by setting it up and wiping it down with a mild soap (liquid hand soap) and lukewarm water solution. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely. Never use detergent, washing machines or dryers because they can damage the tent’s protective coating and seams. After cleaning, be sure the tent is completely dry, especially the heavier, double-stitched areas such as the seams, before storing or mold / mildew are likely to grow. • Clean the tent poles with a cloth and lubricate the

Eureka! s Tetragon 1210

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• The tent bag should be used only as a carry sack and not for storage. COLOR TRANSFER: • Do to the nature of tent fabrics, color can transfer from darker to lighter fabrics when the two fabrics are in contact over time when wet, damp or exposed to the combination of moisture and high heat. This does not effect the tent's performance. To prevent / minimize color transfer, always make sure your tent is completely dry prior to packing and storage. CLEANING: • Clean the tent by setting it up and wi

Eureka! s Tessel

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Do not bounce tent bag on its end to get the tent out. These actions may cut the shock cord and/or damage the pole ends. 1. Unroll and unfold the tent and lay it on the ground. In windy conditions, stake down one front corner into wind. See fig.1. 3. Fit the posts into the grommets: There are webs and grommets sewn to each corner of the tent. Start at either end and insert the locking posts from the base of the frame poles into one of the grommets. Repeat at the opposite end, raising the frame a

Eureka! s Sunrise

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• Do not attempt to remove the stakes by pulling on the tent becket loop, as this could cause the fabric to tear. The best way is to pry on the stake itself. Staking in special conditions: • Sand. Use long, broad stakes with plenty of surface area in loose soil. • Hard, Rocky, or Frozen Soil. Steel stakes work best. Store steel stakes separately. Their sharp edges can cut fabric and leave rust stains, which might damage your tent. • Snow. Use “dead man” anchors. Tie tent to buried objects (branc

Eureka! s Suite 6

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Do not drop tent bag or pole bag on its end. Do not bounce tent bag on its end to get the tent out. These actions may cut the shock cord and/or damage the pole ends. Raise the tent: • Unroll and unfold the tent and lay it on the ground. If it’s windy, stake down one front corner into wind. • Lay the poles side by side and divide according to length. 2 long for the tent, 1 long [ with gray section ] Hoop and 2 short for the fly. • Assemble the shock corded poles as you work. Try to keep the pole

Eureka! s Suite 4

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Start at one end and drag the fly up and over the top of the tent [works best with two people]. It only fits one way; align the yellow web of the fly to the yellow web on the tent. See fig.8. • Reach under the fly and wrap all the Velcro® straps around the poles to secure the fly to the frame. See fig. 9. Stake down the y: • There are, web/ring assemblies on the bottom at each side of the fly vestibule door. Pull these out and away from the tent and to stake down. Adjust as necessary. See fig.10

Eureka! s Spitfire

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• With the tent properly staked, drape the fly over the frame, attach its tent connection points and stake down any pull outs. • Do not attempt to remove the stakes by pulling on the tent becket loop, as this could cause the fabric to tear. The best way is to pry on the stake itself. Staking in special conditions: • Sand. Use long, broad stakes with plenty of surface area in loose soil. • Hard, Rocky, or Frozen Soil. Steel stakes work best. Store steel stakes separately. Their sharp edges can cu

Eureka! s Solitaire

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This reduces the tension on the shock cord, prolonging its life. • The tent bag should be used only as a carry sack and not for storage. COLOR TRANSFER: • Do to the nature of tent fabrics, color can transfer from darker to lighter fabrics when the two fabrics are in contact over time when wet, damp or exposed to the combination of moisture and high heat. This does not effect the tent's performance. To prevent / minimize color transfer, always make sure your tent is completely dry prior to packin





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